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early. the assumption is both hillary clinton and joe biden wouldn't run in 2016. it's going to be one of the two most likely. but this is a way for joe biden to keep his name in the spotlight. it's never good to be a lame duck, especially a lame duck sitting vice president. by joe biden going to speak in iowa, he's gone to speak in south carolina before and elsewhere, keeps his name in the news and keeps his options open which is very important. >> good friend of senator harken there of course. the texas senator ted cruz, this was his second trip to iowa in a month. he's scheduled to return again in the fall. he's going to be speaking at the iowa republican party's fall fund-raising dinner. is he tipping his hat to real political ambitions or just sort of raising his name recognition and bringing in more dollars? >> it's probably both. as i mentioned for joe biden, getting your na inting your nam spotlight, ted cruz has been doing that and more. he's going to go to new hampshire. he is all over the place. but i will repeat, again, it is very, very early. at this point in the 2008 cycl
. >> eric: what, joe biden? >> i would pray if joe biden as a republican is their nominee. i don't see joe biden being in contention at all. i think there are other democrats that have yet even to be talked about that like barack obama could spark fire within the democratic ranks. >> eric: like who? >> well, i think there's bayh, there's booker, there's a lot of young democratic leadership out there that i think could be very attractive. look at the brothers in texas. one is a mayor, and one is a congress person. there are a lot of young talented both republicans and democrats have that the american people will come to know as we get closer to 2016. >> eric: we'll put this to a teflt in 15 minutes. we have a segment about hillary and what the main stream immediatmediais talking about. we'll be discussing that. brad, always good to see you. thank you so much as always. >> a pleasure. >> eric: jamie? >> jamie: this was such a tragic story. police now in east haven, connecticut identifying the four people killed when a small plane crashed into two homes on friday. there were dozens of people
's absence from the early primary states. we know joe biden is making a states out, but she is teasing her next stop, so what is the strategy here? >> well, look, you know, peter, as i was listening to her say those words, all that kept running through my mind is this would be exactly what you would do if you were hillary clinton and you want to run for president. which i do think it is hard for her as an unannounced candidate to go to one of these early states respect because it would be an absolute zoo. anytime she gets near one of those states, we write about it. if she goes to one of the -- she doesn't need more headlines. i think what she's doing is smart. she's giving meaty policy addresses, voters suppression, voter i.d., critical important issue to the democratic base. particularly among african-americans and hispanics. she's doing what you do if you're hillary clinton and you want to run for president. >> i want to ask you, ruth, if we can, a change of topic. the republicans, it looks like a peace treaty, between rand paul and chris christie. here was rand paul's comments this mor
is strong enough to challenge her. the only possibility is joe biden, and i am not sure if he will run. >> no, he is making some of the standard minor moves going to iowa, things like that. but it almost seems to be just in case somehow hillary clinton backs out. e. j.dionne, thank you for joining us. >> good to be with you. >>> voter id laws, a solution in search of a problem. let's play "hardball." >> good evening. i'm michael smerconish in for chris matthews. leading off tonight, carolina on our minds. yesterday, the governor of north carolina, republican pat mccrory signed one of the most sweeping is voting reform bills we've seen yet. seven weeks after the supreme court crippled parts of the voting rights act which required states with a history of discrimination to preclearance by the justice department, governor mccrory and his republican legislature ld
: beau biden was last seen in public monday night. efting dinner with his vice president father joe near the md anderson cancer center in houston. the vague statement from the vice president and his wife, yesterday our son beau underwent a successful procedure. he is in great shape and is going to be discharged heading home to delaware. monday his office said, the younger biden was undergoing tests after feeling weak and disoriented. biden narrowly escaped death as a chide during a terrible traffic accident that killed his mother and sister. then he suffered a stroke three years ago and just this month emergency vehicles dispatched to his delaware home after a 911 call mentioned stroke again. vice president biden had a brain aneurysm himself at age 35. he is with his son. the president called joe biden to wish his son well. but the only word from beau himself came on his twitter account. quote, touched by all your well wishes. thank you. jim avila, abc news, the white house. >> german tourist attacked by a shark off hawaii has died. the 20-year-old woman snorkeling when the shark bit her
numbers are big in new hampshire. 62%. joe biden with 8%. deval patrick at 5. cory booker at 2% and andrew cuomo at 1%. if hillary clinton were to declare this is a shoe-in at this point. she's not said boo about which way she's thinking. >> that's true. it is a unique set of circumstances. hillary clinton is a powerhouse with no real rival since eisenhower in terms of people getting ready to run. if she runs it will be difficult to even compete with her on any level. if she doesn't the field is wide open. >> let's talk about the emerging star on the right. when it comes to the gop primary chris christie is on top with 21% followed by rand paul with 16 and then marco rubio. cruz is in the single digits. marco rubio was on top of the list. now we see chris christie. what is happening? >> you are polling moderate republicans who want washington to work. if we look at 2016 what you see, the fact that you have a tea party candidate, libertarian candidate like rand paul going head to head with chris christie they may eat each other alive and not have a shot at the white house again. if you look
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anybody out there right now who is strong enough to challenge her. the only possibility is joe biden, and i am >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. tonight on "all in" it's the hottest show not on television. netflix's true story women's prison drama "orange is the new black." tonight i'll be joined by piper kerman, author of the book and inspiration for the show's lead character. you definitely want to stick
, joe biden was really kind of the leading drug warrior in the senate, both republican and democratic. and that kind of took the issue off the table and instead of there being a debate about it, it was who was tougher. who could get more, you know, who could rough more people up, who could be more in favor of more police on the streets who would give them more military-grade weapons -- >> longer sentences. >> exactly. >> this is the thing, this is the key truth, ryan, if an issue in washington is not being debated by democrats and republicans, it ceases to exist. no matter how much effect it has on lives of millions of americans. msnbc contributor ryan grim. thank you so much. >> thank you. >>> our latest installment of "i see you politician who's trying to get away with something" features the governor of new jersey. chris christie. who spent the past few days probably hoping no one noticed what he did on friday night and everyone noticed what he did on monday morning. that's coming up. your business. so, if you're sleeping in your contact lenses, ask about the air optix® contacts s
the criminal trial begins in march. ♪ ♪ gregg: vice president joe biden admitted to a texas hospital after a dizzy spell. a spokesperson for bo biden saying that he got weak and disoriented while driving on a family vacation. his dad, joe biden, had accompanied him to a houston-area hospital. bo biden will undergo a series of tests there. martha: and a new twist in the edward snowden nsa leak case. what a former organization is accused of doing now with those very precious and important leaked documents. gregg: and the brand new photos of his royal highness, prince george. [cheers and applause] martha: and nowew controversy over who cnn has now hired to direct the documentary about hillary clinton. wait until you hear this. it says quite a bit. the rnc communications director, sean spicer, will be with us on this next. [cheers and applause] >> a network that spends millions of dollars to spotlight hillary clinton is a network with an obvious bias, and that's a network that won't be hosting a single republican primary debate. [cheers and applause] the great outdoors... ...and a great deal.
qaeda about what they call a major attack. politics, turning to vice president joe biden heads to new hampshire later this month. he will appear at a fundraiser for the state's democratic governor. the fundraiser is slated to be held at the home of a lobbyist. a station in hampshire notes the trip could stoke speculation joe biden is preparing for a white house bid in 2016. in an interview last month the vice president made it clear he is not ruling out a run saying "i can die a happy man never having been president of the united states of america. but it doesn't mean i won't run you." new york republican congressman peter king is testing the waters. the 11 term congressman is in new hampshire today and tomorrow. thanks linking says "i believe the republican party would be receptive to my candidacy." those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. >> i have been pushing for this in the senate, that we would move cybersecurity legislation. it is big, it is complicated. the word cybersecurity means different things to different people. but we need to get this done. actually, as
to do a town hall. also in scranton, pennsylvania with vice president joe biden. two life events we'll have on c-span for you. one in the afternoon and one a little bit later in the day. little bit more from the headlines on this, here's the washington time's write up. obama proposes federal controls on college cost. the funding formula will improve educational value. here are some of the reaction from congress. they write that lawmakers are set to debate and reauthorize the higher education act which is due to expire at the end of the year. congressman john klein of minnesota, a republican, agrees with mr. obama's of promoting innovation on college. saying it could stifle innovation. carol from ohio on the democratic line, carol what's the name of your town? caller: syo. host: what part of the state? caller: not too far from stuebenville? host: is it worth it? caller: yes it is. my son is a nurse and my son did music and teaching. right after 9/11 he worked 2.5 years in his apartment making videos for music for the schools. i have a comment. there was a poll in louisiana as a
was at buffalo. i visited students at syracuse. later today, i am going to meet joe biden in scranton, his hometown. i decided to stop here for a couple of reasons. toldr one, i have been that it is very important for me to go to speedy's while i am here. [applause] up andgoing to pick one try it on the road. number two, i am excited because of the great work that convinces -- campuses like binghamton are doing to keep costs down for hard-working students. the chancellor is making sure that hundreds of thousands of city students across the state are getting a world-class education. but without some of the debt and financial burden that is stopping too many young people from going to college. that is what we want for all of our students across the country. over the past month, i have been visiting towns throughout america. i talked about, how do we secure a better bargain for the middle class? we fought our way through a very brutal recession. now, we are at a point where we are creating jobs, the economy is growing, but it -- budget deficits are falling. healthcare inflation has been reduc
is with his son. the president called joe biden to wish his son well. but the only word from beau himself came on his twitter account. quote, touched by all your well wishes. thank you. jim avila, abc news, the white house. >>> a german tourist attacked by a shark off hawaii has died. the 20-year-old woman snorkeling when the shark bit her right arm off. that happened a week ago. she had been on life support ever since. hawaii officials plan to spend two years studying tiger shark movements around maui amid a spike in shark attacks. >>> dozens of sixth grade girls in northeast kansas recovering from a scare yesterday when their school bus overturned. the girls from a private school in kansas city, missouri, were headed to a campout when their bus slid off the connecting ramp. 8 of the 30 girls who were on board were injured, but none of the injuries are considered serious. >>> this next story is either amazing or amazingly stupid. we'll let you decide. happened yesterday in the skies over england. >> that's where a pair of 9-year-old cousins became the youngest formation wing walkers and third
president joe biden -- [video clip] americans, we now find ourselves at the hinge of history. is the direction we turn literally in your hands. it has been truly a great honor withrve you and serve barack, who has stood up for you for the past four years. know the incredible confidence he has in all of you. i know this man. recovery is not yet complete. we are on our way. the journey of hope is not yet finished but we are on our way. and the cause is not fully accomplished but we are on our way. i think you two nights, with america'sonfidence, best days are ahead and we are on our way. in light of that horizon, for the values that define us, for the ideals that inspire us, there is only one choice. at choices to move forward and finish the job. reelect president barack obama. for those that remember, ted kennedy's speech in 1980 echoing the hope still lives and the dream never dies. your take on the vice president's role in all of this? was to be asle supportive as he could be to boost the ticket and to speak in many ways to the democratic base. one of the goals of the obama
-senator joe biden. jay johnson was general counsel for the defense department until last year. that gave him a legal overview of everything the u.s. military and defense department was doing, a lot of which we will discuss here. he was a general counsel for the air force and assistant u.s. attorney, hired in new york by rudy giuliani, back in the day. jane harman needs no introduction to anybody here. she is the executive director of the woodrow wilson center. served how many terms in congress? nine terms in congress as ranking member on the house intelligence committee for many years, and then the homeland security committee. anthony romero is the executive director of the aclu, and has been a consistent voice for civil liberties on all the issues we are going to talk about. let us start right off with the nsa program. i know some of it was covered in the previous panel, but i want to get into, with raj, how it actually works. i am talking about the metadata program, which was probably the biggest disclosure by edward snowden, the fact that millions and millions of records of american phone
-- resurfacing. joe biden is coming next month. >> c-span and c-span radio will be covering this in clear lake iowa. tell us a little bit about the event. she is speaking there but honoring hillary clinton. how will that work? caller: right. they gave the award to a democrat this year. she is true -- coming simply to help campaign for a democratic congressman here running for the senate. she has also spoken to iowans at the national convention in north carolina. it is interesting she is coming back. >> does amy have any interest? is there talk about her possibly forming in interest in running for president in 2016? caller: yes. when we asked her in north carolina, she brushed off questions about becoming president. we have asked -- activists from last week. they were promoting a generic female president. one of the names were dropped. if you look at any hotlist or possible democratic candidate that hillary clinton does not run, amy is always on the list. >> also reporting on the republican meeting, which c-span recorded part of today. the headline on the site. the headline says, the national g
- span radio. >> new york times reports that the son of joe biden, beau biden, has been admitted to a hospital after what has been reported as an episode of disorientation and weakness, a toy gun to say that this morning the vice president accompanied his son to houston, texas, where he is being evaluated. in 2010 he suffered what was said at the time to be a minor stroke with doctors saying he was neurologically mark -- nor logic in normal. aides say that the vice president plans to keep his appearance in scranton, pa., later this week, and c-span will be covering the president on his bus tour through scranton. in yesterday's briefing the press secretary confirmed that the heads up was given to the white house before -- before brent -- before glenn greenwald was the -- was detained on sunday. journalist glenn greenwald has publish stories about u.s. and british surveillance programs based on documents leaked by edward snowden. turning to the situation in egypt, security officials in state television said that the supreme leader of the muslim brotherhood has been detained, captur
disoriented on august 14 after driving to indiana. he is the son of joe biden. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. >> c-span. we bring public affairs events from washington directly to you, putting you in the room at congressional hearings, white house events, briefings, and conferences, and offering complete gavel-to-gavel coverage of the u.s. house, all as a public service of private industry. we're c-span, created by the cable tv industry 34 years ago and funded by your local cable or satellite provider. and now, you can watch us in h.d. we have to put some things on the land. what do we do with it? to receivemise public input to generate a plan. the same time, you had the developer. patacki.a they wanted to make sure that lower manhattan remained an international financial hub. rebuildieve he had to all the commercial space. >> the controversy of the rebuilding over the former world trade center. span2. night at 9:00 on c- our topic for the next hour is the future of the f-35 program. the pentagon plans to build 2400 trillion.1.5 joining us is steve o'bryan, vice pre
as the -- almost heir to obama. and somewhere joe biden saying, what about me? we're just getting started with bill clinton because he's the president a lot of advocates of a military strike in syria are pointing to right now. kosovo, boss niainterventions of the 1990s and what they do and do not mean for syria. labor day is coming, and that means... car sales events. and now there's a new way to buy: truecar. at truecar.com we'll show you... what others paid for the car you want, so you'll know if that sales price... is a great price. save time, save money, and never overpay. visit truecar.com a man who doesn't stand still. but jim has afib, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater risk of stroke. for years, jim's medicine tied him to a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but now, with once-a-day xarelto®, jim's on the move. jim's doctor recommended xarelto®. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce afib-related stroke risk. but xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner
and bear arms. on this issue, vice president joe biden -- the nice thing is that you don't need a punchline. [applause] you simply say his name and people naturally laugh. but vice president joe biden had some advice for all of us. if somebody is attacking your home, just go outside with a double barrel shotgun and fire both arrows into the air. which is very good advice. if it happens you're being attacked by a flock of geese. on guns, following the horrific tragedy in newtown, president obama came out saying, not let's go come down on the violent criminals like a ton of bricks. but instead, the president said, we will use this as an excuse to go after the constitutional rights of law- abiding citizens. in washington, the momentum was entirely with the president on this. conventional wisdom was that this was unstoppable. and i will tell you that three senators signed a very simple and short note to hear he read that said we will -- harry reid that said we will filibuster anything that prohibits our right to bear arms. [applause] the important thing was not the letter or the filibuster. it
in pennsylvania the hometown of vice president joe biden who will be with him tomorrow. we will have live coverage on the c-span networks. ♪ >> with the president talked about education, on c-span tonight we'll be opening our phone lines and getting your thoughts on college costs as student loan program and the valley of education. we are inviting her conversations through our facebook page or on twitter come use the hashtag c-span chat. c-span slide education town hall starting at 7:30 p.m. eastern tonight on our companion network c-span. ♪ >> while waiting for the president, awaiting the arrival of the president of the state university of new york, buffalo university, the president will be talking about the cost of college education. the president expected in just a couple of minutes. we'll get a preview of the presidency to her through new york and pennsylvania that took place this morning on the "washington journal." house of representatives mr. jackson, could you highlight some of the message that the president will bring, especially a new take on how colleges should be ranked and how tha
joe biden. he is the side kick. it is a perpetual clown show for these people. and, you know, to be fair to jay leno, at least jay was not a complete and total groupy, white washer and lap dog. he did ask him some serious questions. but is this the right venue, especially during a week when national security concerns are heightened, at a time when he's just about to flit off to martha's vineyard and connecting with the average american person. and really there was something else going on because after his appearance, and i pointed this out last night -- the white house admitted that barak obama was meeting with jeffrey katzenberg, one of the biggest hollywood heavy hitters, donors and bundlers for the obama campaign, and guess what? we didn't get to see that broadcast on national tv to see what they were talking about and what they were up to. >> steve: yeah. it is pretty extraordinary, though, given all the news going on and the first hard questions asked by jay leno, because the president, his communications team, the strategy is, keep him away from the white house reporter
. on the democratic side, we've got amy of minnesota tomorrow. howard dean is research -- resurfacing. joe biden is coming next month. >> c-span and c-span radio will be covering this in clear lake iowa. about thelittle bit event. she is speaking there but honoring hillary clinton. how will that work? >>) -- >> right. they gave the award to a democrat this year. she is true -- coming simply to for a democratic congressman here running for the senate. at has also spoken to iowans the national convention in north carolina. it is interesting she is coming back. any interest?ave is there talk about her possibly forming in interest in running for president in 2016? >> yes. when we asked her in north carolina, she brushed off questions about becoming president. we have asked -- activists from last week. they were promoting a generic female president. one of the names were dropped. if you look at any hotlist or possible democratic candidate that hillary clinton does not my is always on the list. on the reporting republican meeting, which c- span recorded part of today. the headline on the site. the hea
. in washington today vice president joe biden's war on summoned the power as the ambassador to the u.n.. you can see a picture of the vice president administering the oath of office at the white house one day after the senate confirmed her by the vote of 87-10. now we will show a portion of this morning's washington journal. >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> they ought to take advantage with nothing short of the public health [inaudible] certainly when somebody had their own agenda >> the concern for what is going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidante. >> many of the women that were first lady's a lot of the more feminist. >> they are and how many ways more interested as human beings than their house and because they are not first and foremost to find the political ambition. >> because you go to the white house today and it's really roosevelt's white house. >> i think in every case the first lady has done what was in her personality and interest. >> she wrote in her memoir i myself n
legion convention in houston, vice president joe biden pledged syria must be held accountable. >> there's no doubt who is responsible for this heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> the prime targets, planes, rocket launchers, and artillery used to launch deadly chemicals but not the chemical weapons themselves. and the syrian leadership, including bashir al assad, are not on the target list. there's no word this morning that president obama has given the order. once he does, it could be just a matter of hours before those missiles are flying. matt? >> all right, jim. thanks so much. retired four-star general barry mccaffrey is an nbc news analysis. good morning. good to see you. >> morning, matt. >> let me start by asking you this. some sources in the administration have been briefing reporters on background about our possible course of action against the syrian military, the weapons of choice and perhaps even the timing of it. what good comes of that? why are they doing that? >> well, it's hard to say. this strikes me as very confused signaling of political in
. that is the sort of resources and reporting that we pride ourselves on. and >> i remember joe biden always came in dead last. least rich on capitol hill. he made $200 on his book last year. [laughter] >> i know everyone has questions. each team has worked somewhere else. some of you have worked in more traditional places compared to where you are now. can you tell us how that is different for you personally, what you feel has been a change for you perhaps in moving into the work you are doing now. we're also interested in how you help students prepare for this environment where there are all of these opportunities. what do they need to know to take a vantage of opportunities that are out there? >> i think they need to learn how to code. as someone who has worked for a newspaper for 24 years, the last six of that running politifact. i am struck by the tremendous opportunity for opportune it -- opportunity for students that can understand the fundamental of journalism and understand computer science, understand html and want to take the curiosity of record a list and put it to work on the web. >>
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